Comments for: Former judge, Maine Public Utilities Commission panelist joins University of Maine School of Law

Posted May 22, 2012, at 8:14 p.m.

PORTLAND | Bangor native Vendean Vafiades has joined the University of Maine School of Law as director of advancement and external affairs, according to a law school press release issued Tuesday. A former District Court judge, Vafiades, 62, of Augusta most recently served on the Maine Public Utilities Commission. …

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  • Anonymous

    the immoral graft continues….

    be sure to thank all the young debtors and taxpayers for providing your ‘most fortunate’ career Ms. Vafiades

    • Otis B. Driftwood

      Grow up.

      • Anonymous

         Otis, I thought it was a very well focused observation. These folks are career slurpers at the public trough. We are not swerved well by them.

  • Anonymous

    Another extreem leftist influencing students.

  • “A former District Court judge, Vafiades, 62, of Augusta most recently served on the Maine Public Utilities Commission”.
    And whose interest did she serve while on the PUC?
    Certainly not the electric rate payers of Maine.

  • Anonymous

    Oh great, from one trough to another. Career slurper….

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